Because most graduate schools' MBA application requires a resume, it's important to know how to make yours stand out among the rest. Read more on how to do just that.
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Over the past decade, marketing has evolved at a lightning speed.
Bentley's MBA class of 2017 spent eight weeks in Paris learning from faculty, top professionals, and students.
Mark Duffy always knew he wanted to be in the world of finance. From analyzing technical trends to researching a company’s fundamentals, he’d pepper his friends and family with talk of finance at every turn.
After noticing the need for improvements in the Boston Public School district transportation system, Bentley's User Experience Graduate Association (UXGA) and Human Factors in Information Design graduate students Rachel Graham and Nicole Gerhard decided to host a "hackathon" to help come up with innovative ways to make time spent riding the bus more engaging and productive for every Boston Public School student.
As an undergraduate, Latoya Hall HFID ’16 studied Design and Visual Communication at San Francisco State.
Sometimes the hardest part of a graduate school application can be writing your essay. Gordon Berridge, associate director of graduate admission at Bentley, provides advice and tips in how to make your essay stand out and help admission officers "get to know you".
Today's students require a flexible learning experience. Strictly online courses sometimes struggle, but hybrid models, or "extended classrooms," outfitted with video cameras, ceiling-mounted student microphones with digital processors and smartboards show impressive results.